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2011 Catholic University Baseball Team Advances to NCAA Regionals to Uphold Tradition of Excellence
The Cardinal Baseball tradition is proud to include famous ties to the New York Yankees. Brian Cashman, currently in his 16th year as Vice President and General Manager of the 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2009 World Series Champion New York Yankees, was a standout second baseman under Coach Natoli from 1985-1989. Former New York Yankee Wally Pipp, who is best remembered as the player Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig replaced at first base to begin his streak of 2.130 consecutive games, studied architecture and played baseball at Catholic University from 1911-1913.
Head Coach Ross Natoli, who is in his 29th season at Catholic University, has built the Cardinals into one of the most respected and competitive NCAA Division III programs in the East. He has led CUA to an average of 20 or more victories over the past 14 years and last season picked up his 500th career win on April 7. He enters the 2013 season with 507 wins.
Coordinator of Athletic Services/Associate Head Baseball Coach
Bobby Picardo is in his first year with the CUA Athletic Department, where he serves as an Assistant Equipment and Facility Manager, in addition to an Assistant Coach with the baseball program.
Tyler McCarthy is in his first year with the Catholic University Baseball Team as a graduate assistant coach, and joins Catholic after graduating from George Washington University in May of 2013.